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New white paint brings ground-breaking benefits to decorators

Published: 18 October 2019 - Neil Mead
 

V33 Multi-Surface Renovation is a major new innovation in white emulsions that offers professional painters and decorators major time- and cost-saving benefits, whilst ensuring a great finish that customers will appreciate.

The composition of this ground-breaking new white paint means it can be used quickly to transform multiple surfaces including ceilings, plaster, radiators, doors and panelling, window frames plus painted or papered walls in just one application. The resulting cost and time saved in being able to use just one product in one application means improved profit opportunities.

V33 Multi-Surface Renovation is ideal for living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms. So now a whole room can be redecorated quickly and easily, with a truly tough and durable resultant finish that will protect any professional reputation.

Featuring an integrated undercoat, V33 Multi-Surface Renovation can be used to cover at least 20 different surfaces, including bare, varnished and stained wood, plasterboard, copper, concrete, bricks, ceiling tiles, lining paper, polystyrene and MDF. And thanks to its 98 per cent opacity matt finish, it is ideal for hiding marks or colours.

To find out more about this new innovation in decorating, go to www.v33.co.uk to view a video about it. V33 can also be found on Facebook at @V33UK

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